During Computex 2019, Lisa Your already confirmed that even though Ryzen 3000 was approaching Threadripper’s core count, the HEDT line of processors would continue to grow in the future. Now, thanks to WccfTech we have learned of the possibility that AMD will launch a 64-core Threadripper processor by the end of 2019; apart, it will also have something important to show during the next CES 2020. The page is not decided when it comes to indicating if the new processors will arrive in 14 or 7 nm, but it is expected that they will end up using the same socket X399 and the same ones silices that the third generation Ryzen and the new EPYC.
We could expect that the third-generation Threadripper will be powered by chips from the business market, with the Zen 2 ROME processors serving as the base. What would not be clear if the X399 platform would have to be renewed to accommodate this new line of products. Previously it has been mentioned the possibility of launching X599 boards, while the X399 would be adapted through BIOS updates, but losing compatibility with PCIe 4.0.
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